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Portal Strategy Is Key to Interest in AOL (AP)
Pedestrians pass by the AOL Time Warner headquarters, Thursday, July 18, 2002, in New York's Rockefeller Center. Google Inc. and Comcast Corp. are talking with Time Warner Inc. about acquiring ownership stakes in America Online's Web portal AOL, a person familiar with the discussions said Wednesday Oct. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett)AP - A year ago, America Online Inc. was seen as an ailing dinosaur of the dial-up era, its Internet access business fading fast. Now that it's tapping into the online advertising boom by opening up its content to anyone who wants it, AOL is a hot property being courted by powerhouse suitors including Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Comcast Corp.


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Exploit Code Discovered for New Microsoft Flaw (PC World)
PC World - Windows 2000 users are most vulnerable.

Apple Joins Fight for the Living Room (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The battle for the living room has been going on for some time now. PCs based on Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) Windows XP Media Center Edition usually take a central place in discussions about this entertainment-computing trend.

Gates: Computer Science Grads in Demand (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates speaks during a surprise appearance at an introductory class on programming at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005, in Madison, Wis. Gates talked to the students about new technologies and what career possibilities are available in the computer industry. The college network, mtvU, hosted Gates for a taping of their show 'Stand In.'  (AP Photo/Andy Manis)AP - Computer science graduates will be in greater demand than ever over the next 15 years, Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates says.


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Security: Microsoft's Next Antitrust Battle? (PC World)
PC World - Software giant argues antivirus, spyware-fighting are logical extension to operating system.

Microsoft, Yahoo to link instant messages (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Microsoft and Yahoo will make their instant-messaging programs work together, a partnership that could give the companies more power to compete against market leader America Online. The companies expect the service to start by June 2006.

Microsoft, Yahoo Reach IM Partnership (AP)
Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates talks to reporters Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2005 in Seattle after announcing that Microsoft had reached had reached a broad antitrust settlement with RealNetworks Inc., a digital media pioneer and longtime Microsoft Corp. foe, worth $761 million. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)AP - Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc.'s move to make their instant messaging programs work together comes just as the popular communications tool is beginning to expand into such fields as video chatting and Internet telephone functions.


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Microsoft, Yahoo to launch instant messaging connection (AFP)
This image released by Yahoo, Inc. shows chairman and CEO Terry Semel. Yahoo and Microsoft said they signed an interoperability agreement that will allow people who use their respective consumer instant messaging services to interact with each other.(AFP/HO/File)AFP - Yahoo and Microsoft said they signed an interoperability agreement that will allow people who use their respective consumer instant messaging services to interact with each other.


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Microsoft and Yahoo to Link IM Networks (PC World)
PC World - Users will be able to exchange text messages, PC-to-PC voice chat.

Microsoft, Yahoo hook up instant message networks (Reuters)
Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates addresses businessmen at the Royal Thai Navy Auditorium in Bangkok June 30, 2005. Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. are preparing to link together their free instant messaging services as they take on entrenched messaging leader AOL and market newcomer Google Inc., a source close to the companies said on Tuesday. The deal, the first major alliance between two of the Web's main providers of instant messaging, will allow users of Microsoft's MSN Messenger service and Yahoo Messenger to swap instantaneous text messages with each other. REUTERS/Chaiwat SubprasomReuters - Microsoft Corp. and Yahoo Inc. will link up their free instant messaging services to create a combined community of 275 million users, the companies said on Wednesday.


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Samsung to Pay $300M Fine for Price Fixing (AP)
AP - Samsung, the world's largest maker of memory chips for computers and other gadgets, will pay a $300 million fine to settle accusations it secretly conspired with industry rivals to fix prices and cheat customers, federal officials said Thursday.

HP Recalls 135,000 Laptop Battery Packs (AP)
AP - Hewlett Packard is recalling about 135,000 battery packs for some HP and Compaq laptop computers because of reports they overheated and melted, the Palo Alto, Calif., company announced Friday.

Spielberg, EA Team Up to Make Video Games (AP)
AP - Coming soon to a game console near you: a Steven Spielberg video game. The acclaimed film director and producer has agreed to develop three new games under a long-term exclusive deal with video game maker Electronic Arts Inc. The deal to be announced Friday reflects the increasingly intertwined interests of Hollywood and the video game industry.

Portal Strategy Is Key to Interest in AOL (AP)
Pedestrians pass by the AOL Time Warner headquarters, Thursday, July 18, 2002, in New York's Rockefeller Center. Google Inc. and Comcast Corp. are talking with Time Warner Inc. about acquiring ownership stakes in America Online's Web portal AOL, a person familiar with the discussions said Wednesday Oct. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett)AP - A year ago, America Online Inc. was seen as an ailing dinosaur of the dial-up era, its Internet access business fading fast. Now that it's tapping into the online advertising boom by opening up its content to anyone who wants it, AOL is a hot property being courted by powerhouse suitors including Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Comcast Corp.


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You Can Tour Ancient Rome _ Virtually (AP)
In a file photo an unidentified journalist, right, wears 3D glasses as she listens to a guide explaining a 3D installation by US artist Franz Fischnaller 'From the Renaissance to the Gigabits Networking Age' at the opening for the press of the vitual archeology exhibition 'Immaginare Roma Antica'(Imagining Ancient Rome), at the ancient Mercati di Traiano market, in Rome, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2005. The exhibition, consisting of 50 installations of multimedia and graphic computer, focuses on the reconstructions of ancient Rome and opens Sept. 16 until Nov. 20, 2005. (AP Photo/Beatrice Larco)AP - Forget the dusty guidebooks and the crumbling ruins. An exhibition amid the Roman Forum invites visitors to don 3-D glasses and watch the alluring dance of a slave who has been dead for two millennia, or stroll through the streets of ancient Rome with the click of a mouse.


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AOL sale talk is "market rumor": CEO (Reuters)
An undated screen grab from jthe My AOL home page is shown. Talks for Google and Comcast to buy a minority stake in Time Warner Inc.'s America Online are progressing, sources close to the matter said on Thursday, even as a top Time Warner executive declined to confirm the negotiations. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Time Warner Inc.'s chief executive said on Thursday that news of a possible sale of a stake in its America Online (AOL) unit to Google Inc. and Comcast Corp. was "market rumor."


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Apple Introduces Video IPod, TV Deals (AP)
Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new iPod showing an episode of hit television show 'Desperate Housewives,' during the introduction of the new device in San Jose, Calif., Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)AP - After revolutionizing the way people listen to music with the popular iPod, Apple Computer Inc. is trying to do the same with video.


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Japan to Offer VoIP for Cell Phones (AP)
AP - Japan is readying a new network for cell phones that will allow people to connect to the Internet to talk over the phone more cheaply and transmit data more quickly.

OpenOffice.org 2.0 Release Delayed (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - OpenOffice.org had hoped to celebrate its fifth birthday today by launching the next generation of its office software suite, but a glitch has delayed release of the product for one week.

Toyota recalls 160,000 Prius hybrids due to software glitch (AFP)
Toyota's gasoline-electric powered Prius (L). Toyota Motor has issued a recall for about 160,000 Prius cars sold mainly in the United States and Japan due to a potential software glitch that may cause sales of the hybrid to stall(AFP/File/Kazuhiro Nogi)AFP - Toyota Motor has issued a recall for about 160,000 Prius cars sold mainly in the United States and Japan due to a potential software glitch that may cause sales of the gas-electronic hybrid to stall.


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AOL sale talk is "market rumor": CEO (Reuters)
An undated screen grab from jthe My AOL home page is shown. Talks for Google and Comcast to buy a minority stake in Time Warner Inc.'s America Online are progressing, sources close to the matter said on Thursday, even as a top Time Warner executive declined to confirm the negotiations. REUTERS/HandoutReuters - Time Warner Inc.'s chief executive said on Thursday that news of a possible sale of a stake in its America Online (AOL) unit to Google Inc. and Comcast Corp. was "market rumor."


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Portal Strategy Is Key to Interest in AOL (AP)
Pedestrians pass by the AOL Time Warner headquarters, Thursday, July 18, 2002, in New York's Rockefeller Center. Google Inc. and Comcast Corp. are talking with Time Warner Inc. about acquiring ownership stakes in America Online's Web portal AOL, a person familiar with the discussions said Wednesday Oct. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett)AP - A year ago, America Online Inc. was seen as an ailing dinosaur of the dial-up era, its Internet access business fading fast. Now that it's tapping into the online advertising boom by opening up its content to anyone who wants it, AOL is a hot property being courted by powerhouse suitors including Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Comcast Corp.


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Japan to Offer VoIP for Cell Phones (AP)
AP - Japan is readying a new network for cell phones that will allow people to connect to the Internet to talk over the phone more cheaply and transmit data more quickly.

MTV acquires IFILM to expand Web presence (Reuters)
Destinys Child member Beyonce Knowles poses for photographers during arrivals for the MTV Video Music Awards in Miami August 28, 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Photo via NewsComReuters - MTV Networks on Thursday said it acquired IFILM, an Internet provider of short films, news clips and other video snippets, for $49 million as part of its ongoing effort to expand its presence on the Web.


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U.S. Gains in Fight Against Spam (NewsFactor)
NewsFactor - The majority of Internet spam still is coming from the U.S., but the country is making headway in fighting mass e-mail attacks, according to the most recent analysis from security authority Sophos.

Comcast, Google May Acquire Part of AOL (AP)
Pedestrians pass by the AOL Time Warner headquarters, Thursday, July 18, 2002, in New York's Rockefeller Center. Google Inc. and Comcast Corp. are talking with Time Warner Inc. about acquiring ownership stakes in America Online's Web portal AOL, a person familiar with the discussions said Wednesday Oct. 12, 2005. (AP Photo/Suzanne Plunkett)AP - Comcast Corp., the country's largest cable TV company, is teaming up with Internet search leader Google Inc. in talks about taking a stake in Time Warner Inc.'s AOL Web portal, a person familiar with the discussions said.


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Agency's Drug Web Site Not Yet Available (AP)
AP - The government Web site designed to help senior citizens compare prescription drug coverage did not have that feature up and running Thursday, despite widespread publicity that it would be available.

U.S. online travel agencies look abroad for growth (Reuters)
U.S. online travel agencies like Expedia and Orbitz are increasingly setting their sights overseas, especially in Europe where vacations are longer, as U.S. demand rises more slowly. Foreign markets, where low-cost airlines are adding more routes, are ripe for one-stop online shops where users can book flights, hotels and rental cars all at once, experts say. In this file photo a tourist carries a surfboard while another lies on the sand at Kuta beach on the Indonesian resort island of Bali, October 4, 2005. REUTERS/Luis Enrique AscuiReuters - U.S. online travel agencies like Expedia and Orbitz are increasingly setting their sights overseas, especially in Europe where vacations are longer, as U.S. demand rises more slowly.


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Myanmar Uses Filters for Private Intranet (AP)
AP - Myanmar uses Internet software filters from a U.S. company to essentially create a private intranet for the country, allowing it to monitor e-mail and block sites from opposition groups, university researchers have found.

Gemstar sues Tribune over online TV listings (Reuters)
Reuters - Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc. said on Thursday it has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Tribune Co.'s Zap2It, a Web site that includes TV programing guides.

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